quantitykind:LinearEnergyTransfer

URI: http://qudt.org/vocab/quantitykind/LinearEnergyTransfer

Type
Description

"Linear Energy Transfer" (LET) is the linear density of energy lost by a charged ionizing particle travelling through matter.Typically, this measure is used to quantify the effects of ionizing radiation on biological specimens or electronic devices.

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qudt:plainTextDescription
"Linear Energy Transfer" (LET) is the linear density of energy lost by a charged ionizing particle travelling through matter.Typically, this measure is used to quantify the effects of ionizing radiation on biological specimens or electronic devices.
qudt:latexDefinition
For ionizing charged particles, $L_\Delta = \frac{dE_\Delta}{dl}$, where $dE_\Delta$ is the mean energy lost in elctronic collisions locally to matter along a small path through the matter, minus the sum of the kinetic energies of all the electrons released with kinetic energies in excess of $\Delta$, and $dl$ is the length of that path.
qudt:latexSymbol
$L_\Delta$
$L_\bigtriangleup$
Annotations
dcterms:description
"Linear Energy Transfer" (LET) is the linear density of energy lost by a charged ionizing particle travelling through matter.Typically, this measure is used to quantify the effects of ionizing radiation on biological specimens or electronic devices.
rdfs:label
Linear Energy Transfer(en)
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